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Oct 11, 2018 Brownell Library
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St. Michael's College Professor Susan Ouellette leads a discussion about the subject matter behind the book "Bread and Roses, Too" by American novelist Katherine Paterson. Susan M. Ouellette is Professor of History and American Studies at Saint Michael’s College and the author of US Textile Production in Historical Perspective: A Case Study from Massachusetts.The talk is in association with the Vermont Humanities Council's 'Vermont Reads' statewide community initiative. 
Topics: First Wednesdays, labor, women's history
Regional Educational Television Network
May 7, 2018 Center for Research on Vermont
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Session participants discuss the discovery of forgotten cemeteries from various perspectives and examine issues related to local communities, such as Burlington and the War of 1812 Cemetery, as well as repatriation of Native American human remains, and identifying and protecting unmarked cemeteries.
Topics: War of 1812, Vermont history
Regional Educational Television Network
May 7, 2018 Center for Research on Vermont
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During the War of 1812, the village of Burlington, VT, served as a supply depot, campground, and major hospital site for the United States Army. While little trace of the military's presence remains visible today, poignant evidence of this often overlooked early nineteenth-century conflict survives below ground, awaiting rediscovery. As a result of new construction projects, between 2002 and 2005, the university of Vermont Consulting Archaeology Program excavated fifteen burials on North street...
Topics: War of 1812, Burlington, Center for Research on Vermont